Shillong, May 25: Union Home Minister Amit Shah will fly to Assam on Thursday afternoon for a day long visit to attend three ceremonies marking the state’s two-year tenure of the BJP under Himanta Biswa Sarma.
Shah will take part in events at the Khanapara Veterinary College field and Srimanta Sankardeva Kalakshetra.
The National Forensic Sciences University’s Guwahati campus will be established at Molong in the Changsari neighbourhood of Kamrup district, and the Union Home Minister will lay the foundation stone for it.
The project’s first phase is expected to be finished by 2026, and the second by 2030.
More than 50 undergraduate, graduate, PhD, and post-doctoral programmes in forensic science, wildlife forensics, cyber security, narcotics, digital forensics, drone forensics, forensic psychology, and forensic justice and law will be offered at the campus, which will be built at an estimated cost of Rs 300 crore.
Additionally, all adjacent nations’ judicial, law enforcement, and forensic scientists will receive training at the Guwahati site.
At the same location, Shah will also introduce the ‘Sewa Setu’ Assam police mobile app.
With the help of the app, which was created in collaboration between the Assam Police and the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), individuals would be able to file FIRs, report missing persons, and get tenant verifications among other things without going to the police station.
Shah will also be present for the ceremonial delivery of appointment letters to 44,703 qualifying applicants for various government departments as part of the program’s final phase.
The visit by the Union home minister to the state on May 11 to commemorate the end of Sarma’s second term in office was postponed because of the current law and order situation in Manipur.
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